Thursday, June 04, 2015

Today's Parent wins big at CSME Editors' Choice Awards; EIC Sasha Emmons is Editor of the Year

Today's Parent magazine was the big winner in the Editors' Choice awards of  the Canadian Society of Magazine Editors (CSME), presented on Wednesday evening in Toronto.

Sasha Emmons, the editor-in-chief of the magazine was named editor of the year. Today's Parent was designated best large magazine of the year (150,000 circ and over) as well as for having the best web editorial of the year and best art integration.

In selecting Emmons as editor of the year, the judges said
"Over the past 18 months, Today's Parent seems to have reinvented and reinvigorated itself. It is taking risks and taking a stand, while offering readers a sound and thoughtful resource for the chaos and joy that is parenting. As a service magazine that covers food, behaviour and parental tribulation of all strikes, Today's Parent is comprehensive; its style and voice are engating (great ideas, but not preachy).
Among the other winners on the night:
  • Small magazine of the year (circ under 50,000), Spacing magazine, editor Matthew Blackett
  • Medium magazine of the year (50,000 circ to 149,999), Cottage Life, editor Penny Caldwell
  • Trade magazine of the year, Precedent, editor Melissa Kluger
  • Custom magazine of the year, Fairmont magazine, editor Natasha Mekhall
  • Best Tablet magazine of the year, Canadian Living, editor Chris Bond
  • Best front of book, enRoute magazine, editor Ilana Weitzman
  • Jim Cormier Award for display writing, Outdoor Canada, editor Patrick Walsh
For more information, go to the CSME website.

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